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Is this "OCM Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Exam Guide" sufficient?

 
Naren Chivukula
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Hi,

I have been quite following on this book release dates in the market. I always aspire to do architecture certification but not taking the plunge may be because I am saying to myself "you are not there yet". This is I guess because of lack of good books which cover most of the syllabus. I understand the JavaEE6 Enterprise Architect certification is not like Java certification, where one book would cover everything. I wonder if this book is going to do the same! I would like to know if this book really covers everything needed for the JavaEE6 Enterprise Architect certification (exams & assignments). I don't expect this book to be an "All-In-One" but at least if it can point to resources wherever appropriate(e.g. Java Design Patterns) that should be okay for me. Can authors please let me know what is the best aspect of this book and how far it would cover in the journey of certification preparation?

 
Joseph Bambara
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As my co Author and friend Paul Allen has pointed out, we designed the book to cover all aspects of the OCMJEA 6 exam and to provide the reader with sufficient material (including practice exams) in order to pass all three parts. The essays are good models to use to answer part 3. We provide a good set of QA to prep for part 1 multiple choice questions
 
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